New fertility drug

Elonva (corifollitropin alfa) is a new sustained follicle stimulant for women participating in assisted reproductive technology programmes.

Corifollitropin alfa is a sustained follicle stimulant with a prolonged duration of FSH activity.

A single subcutaneous injection of Elonva can initiate and sustain multiple follicular growth for a week and may replace the first 7 injections of any daily recombinant FSH preparation in a controlled ovarian stimulation treatment cycle.

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Further information: Schering-Plough

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